MORE than 37,000 people visited this country during the Carnival period this year spending an estimated $334 million in 19 days. This data which was provided by the Central Statistical Office (CSO) was disclosed yesterday in a release by the Ministry of Planning and Development.
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In 2015, Shaft sent the song to Deevine so she could record it. Shaft did not follow up with her and Deevine released the song. Shaft was not aware that the song had been released and there was not much traction with it then.
It is with great sadness that I advise you of the passing of our beloved Chairman Emeritus, Dr. Anthony N. Sabga, O.R.T.T.
THE cellular phones of eight police officers, from Constable to Executive rank, have been seized by Professional Standards Bureau officers investigating the leak of a confidential memo which outlined the Central Division police anti-crime plan for the recent long Easter weekend holiday.
The brand new musical offering by budding artiste Nassy entitled “D Tourist” has become the latest viral sensation to come out of the twin island republic of Trinidad & Tobago. With a simple yet catchy beat and infectious hooks the song has been gaining attention with the music loving masses and places a special spotlight on Tobago’s many tourism attractions.
John Morris, 69, who was crushed to death on Tuesday after accidentally falling into an aggregate bin at an Asphalt plant in Princes Town, will be flown back to England for burial, businessman and close friend Krishna Lutchmeesingh of Lutchmeesingh Transport Contractors Limited revealed yesterday.
A 24-year-old man wanted for questioning in the disappearance and death of missing police woman Nyasha Joseph surrendered to police last night. An attorney representing the boat owner contacted officers who took the man to the Four Roads Police Station in Trinidad.
Ato Modibo Stephens has been extradited from the United States to the Cayman Islands to face allegations of sexual abuse while he worked as a coach here. The 37-year-old Olympic athlete, who is married to Cayman’s track star Cydonie Mothersill, is charged with indecent assault, gross indecency and misuse of an ICTA network involving a minor.
Trinidad-born UK-based gay rights advocate Jason Jones has mounted a legal challenge against the State, seeking to have existing laws criminalising homosexuality declared null and void. Jones and his attorneys filed the challenge in the Hall of Justice, Port of Spain on Thursday.
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